• Auditor/Capacity Assessments

    Job Locations US-CA-Chula Vista | US-CA-Los Angeles | US-CT-W Hartford
    Req No.
    Supplier Development and Engineering
    Project Specialist
    Frequency (Hours per Week)
    Duration (Days)
  • Overview

    Primary Function:

    • Perform Capacity Assessments
    • Provide CSP Administrative Support as delegated
    • Interface directly with Supply Chain
    • Secondary Function:
    • Ability to Travel offsite as directed
    • Execute CSP audit agenda
    • Execute CAPA processes and follow through
    • Follow-up with Quality Records maintenance
    • Qualified Auditor
    • Candidate with proven experience in performing Capacity Assessments (preferably Aerospace)
    • Knowledge of Special Processing Industry Standards
    • Knowledge of Calibration Systems
    • Knowledge of Nadcap systems and approvals
    • Knowledge of continuous improvement tools
    • Knowledge or RCA, CAPA process
    • Fluent with standard MS Office Suite
    • Ability to dynamically adapt to competing priorities and assignments
    • Description of Task
    • Understand the current state of the supplier’s On Time Delivery (OTD) performance
    • Work with the supplier and customer to identify and implement all necessary actions to improve On Time Delivery and reduce Overdue
    • Verify that necessary overdue tracking tools (WIP Tracker/Line of Balance) are in place for the parts being worked on. If these tools are not available the onsite resource will work with the customer Business Unit and the supplier to populate the standard WIP tracking tools for specific parts and utilize while onsite.
    • Establish a cordial relationship with the supplier and be involved in all important supplier discussions concerning customer's parts to understand risks, and bottlenecks that could jeopardize delivery of parts in the future.
    • Understand specific parts that are overdue at supplier, work with supplier and customer to populate WIP tracking tools for the parts in question and verify if there are other parts that have the potential of being impacted. If any such parts are identified the resource will work with the supplier and the customer Business Unit to populate a WIP tracking toolset for those parts as well
    • Act as conduit between customer and supplier, and work with supplier to:
    1. Understand status of all delinquent parts in the supplier’s manufacturing and supply chain process.
    2. Work with supplier to populate LOB for all overdue parts
    3. Work with supplier to populate WIP Tracker for specific part numbers
    4. Provide populated WIP Tracking toolset to customer POC
    5. Identify root cause of why parts are delinquent
    6. Work with supplier to identify and implement corrective actions for non-systemic issues
    7. Provide any additional information necessary to the customer
    • Other duties may also include:
    1. Expediting: facilitate expediting activities at the supplier, and at the customer to ensure overdue parts are processed as quickly as possible and shipped to the customer
    2. Constraint Mediation: Communicate effectively with Supply Chain, Delivery Assurance, Supplier Performance, and Engineering to ensure that all customer induced roadblocks (Conditionally Advanced Disposition (CADs), Supplier Request for Information (SRIs), First Article Inspections (FAIs) are cleared to allow parts to ship to the customer



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